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roseieroway
Salute You in Your Grave
roseieroway
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October 29th, 2014 at 11:10am
How has MCR changed your life? If you don't mind, share it here!
roseieroway
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roseieroway
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October 29th, 2014 at 11:38am
This post is where you can share anything about your journey on the freeway of this life.
whipstickagostop;
Like Phantoms, Forever
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October 29th, 2014 at 02:40pm
When they broke up I responded with this on the WAYT:

whipstickagostop;:
i'm fine with them breaking up, if just a little sad.
they gave me nearly a decade of wonderful times, and i definitely wouldn't be who i am today had it not been for them.
i wouldn't have met you guys, for one thing.
they made middle school so much easier for me to get through, and i wouldn't have discovered mindless self indulgence or the birthday massacre without them.
so for them simply existing i'm thankful. i'm sure some of the guys will do other projects that people will love just as much.
i'm glad i got to see them live, i'm glad i got to meet some of the members.
i'm also glad i had moved on before this moment came as well which i suppose makes it all the more easier for me to deal with.
if the only thing i feel about this is "just a bit sad" then that's great.


and I think everything I said there still holds true to how I feel about it now.
They did change me for the better, I suppose, although it's kind of hard to say since I was so young when I first got into them.
I did lean on them through the hard times, though, when I was super into them.
But as I said in that post... I had moved on, I'm not really that into them anymore.
I still like them generally, but I'm not like... obsessive, if that makes sense.

Anyway.
When I was into them I was closer with my father and my mother I guess, it was our common ground.
Both my parents really loved them and were super supportive of both my and my sister's interest in them.
They were my favourite band from the time I was 12 to when I was 16, which was when I stopped caring.
I guess the biggest thing I've gotten from them was my friends on this site.
I honestly don't know where I'd be without the WAYT.
roseieroway
Salute You in Your Grave
roseieroway
Age: 21
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Posts: 2068
October 29th, 2014 at 02:42pm
whipstickagostop;:
When they broke up I responded with this on the WAYT:

whipstickagostop;:
i'm fine with them breaking up, if just a little sad.
they gave me nearly a decade of wonderful times, and i definitely wouldn't be who i am today had it not been for them.
i wouldn't have met you guys, for one thing.
they made middle school so much easier for me to get through, and i wouldn't have discovered mindless self indulgence or the birthday massacre without them.
so for them simply existing i'm thankful. i'm sure some of the guys will do other projects that people will love just as much.
i'm glad i got to see them live, i'm glad i got to meet some of the members.
i'm also glad i had moved on before this moment came as well which i suppose makes it all the more easier for me to deal with.
if the only thing i feel about this is "just a bit sad" then that's great.


and I think everything I said there still holds true to how I feel about it now.
They did change me for the better, I suppose, although it's kind of hard to say since I was so young when I first got into them.
I did lean on them through the hard times, though, when I was super into them.
But as I said in that post... I had moved on, I'm not really that into them anymore.
I still like them generally, but I'm not like... obsessive, if that makes sense.

Anyway.
When I was into them I was closer with my father and my mother I guess, it was our common ground.
Both my parents really loved them and were super supportive of both my and my sister's interest in them.
They were my favourite band from the time I was 12 to when I was 16, which was when I stopped caring.
I guess the biggest thing I've gotten from them was my friends on this site.
I honestly don't know where I'd be without the WAYT.


It is nice that your parents were supportive
roseieroway
Salute You in Your Grave
roseieroway
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October 29th, 2014 at 03:06pm
COME ON! WE NEED MORE POSTS PEOPLE!!
roseieroway
Salute You in Your Grave
roseieroway
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October 29th, 2014 at 03:19pm
COME ON PEOPLE!!!
roseieroway
Salute You in Your Grave
roseieroway
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October 29th, 2014 at 03:20pm
Please
roseieroway
Salute You in Your Grave
roseieroway
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October 29th, 2014 at 03:28pm
Here's a bit of my story.
MCR first came into my life 5 years ago, and it has been a very rough 5 years. They have brought me back from the brink of ending it all.
roseieroway
Salute You in Your Grave
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October 29th, 2014 at 03:45pm
KILLJOYS.
roseieroway
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October 29th, 2014 at 03:45pm
MAKE.
roseieroway
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October 29th, 2014 at 03:45pm
SOME
roseieroway
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October 29th, 2014 at 03:45pm
NOISE!!!!!
stereo typical.
Full of Ephedrine
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October 30th, 2014 at 05:10am
For me, I found MCR when I was about 10 or 11 and I was really into them until I was 15. I still cared about them then, but I wasn't as crazy about them as I used to be when they broke up. I was more thankful that they ever did exist, that they gave me music. I'm glad I wasn't so into them though, when they broke up, like Brandy said it was easier to stomach that way.

I'm super thankful that I found them and their music as it carried me through my earlier teenage years and for what they lead me to, the amazing community on this site & I held onto a lot of the strength I guess I found in their music, a lotof their stuff still makes me very emotional~
roseieroway
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roseieroway
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October 30th, 2014 at 09:43am
hayne plane.:
For me, I found MCR when I was about 10 or 11 and I was really into them until I was 15. I still cared about them then, but I wasn't as crazy about them as I used to be when they broke up. I was more thankful that they ever did exist, that they gave me music. I'm glad I wasn't so into them though, when they broke up, like Brandy said it was easier to stomach that way.

I'm super thankful that I found them and their music as it carried me through my earlier teenage years and for what they lead me to, the amazing community on this site & I held onto a lot of the strength I guess I found in their music, a lotof their stuff still makes me very emotional~


that is amazing!
Universe.
Generation Nothing
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October 30th, 2014 at 09:40pm
no spamming please, I'm sure if people will post they'll post.
but anyway
when I heard about mcr's breakup I wasn't so sad, sure I miss them, but around that time I guess I was just moving on to new music and more artists. I used to love MCR and I still do, but I'm glad they all have their own music now and are happy, I think that's what is mostly important. MCR taught me a lot and I'm forever grateful to them, because they really helped me when I was a teenager and going through things alone. And I'm really happy that at least I got to see them three times before they split up.
roseieroway
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roseieroway
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October 31st, 2014 at 09:42am
jesus crust;:
no spamming please, I'm sure if people will post they'll post.
but anyway
when I heard about mcr's breakup I wasn't so sad, sure I miss them, but around that time I guess I was just moving on to new music and more artists. I used to love MCR and I still do, but I'm glad they all have their own music now and are happy, I think that's what is mostly important. MCR taught me a lot and I'm forever grateful to them, because they really helped me when I was a teenager and going through things alone. And I'm really happy that at least I got to see them three times before they split up.



That is so cool! They taught me a lot as well
roseieroway
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roseieroway
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November 3rd, 2014 at 11:28am
they have changed my life in so many ways, I don't think I could ever list it all.